Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Monday greeted in a letter Mateusz Morawiecki, his Polish counterpart, on the occasion of Poland’s Constitution Day.
According to information from the prime minister’s press chief, Orbán commemorated May 3, 1791, as a day when Poland’s constitution “lent hope to all nations of the continent”.
The constitution “showed the Polish nation a way out of the stifling grip of large European empires through confirming the rights of citizens, a Christian social order and the national idea”, Orbán said in his letter.
The prime minister said the message, after 230 years, was still valid because “national sovereignty is still at war with imperial endeavours, while our goal remains to preserve Europe as based on strong and free nations”.
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